*Upgradeable (SATA HDD, 2 RAM slots
*User replaceable battery (Samsung does not)
*Ethernet port (Samsung does not)
*3 USB 2.0 ports
*VGA and HDMI out
*SD card slot
*Gloss Screen (Samsung is matte) on December 2, 2012 by Itsjus10 | Read full review
Pros Easily upgradable memory and drive (voids warranty however)
Intel Dual-core Celeron 847, NM70 Intel HD graphics outperforms other low-end CPU
Dual bootable to Linux (ChrUbuntu) with dead simple installation script (google it)
Crisp display on February 14, 2013 by StarfirePrime | Read full review
Pros Fires up fast.
Plenty of storage.
Great for taking into a wi-fi hotspot and taking care of biz.
Built well for the price.
Good quality LCD screen.
Plenty of USB ports.
HDMI port and others.
Linux compatibility. on February 6, 2013 by skwertsdad | Read full review
Pros easy to use. if you use chrome or gmail it is worth it. I am a lawyer who knows nothing about programming etc. but find this a very useful machine on November 21, 2012 by MikeSpevs | Read full review
Pros Speed of boot up time, ease of operation, ability to save to hard drive and organize files. My flashdrives and peripherals, e.g. Verizon internet card for sites where there is no wi-fi available are functioning fine as well. on March 24, 2013 by Constance_Cumbey | Read full review
Pros <> Great screen: very clear, crisp fonts, good for e-books & websites
<> Chrome Store is great! Lots of free apps
<> Dead simple interface
<> No viruses
<> No updating
<> USB/SD/CRT/SVGA ports
<> It is only $1 on January 29, 2013 by Ken-on-CNET | Read full review
Pros -Fastest boot time I've ever seen
-Does everything I need in a computer
-Great touchpad and keyboard
-Screen quality isn't washed out like the $250 Samsung Chromebook on December 4, 2012 by NCSUandroid01 | Read full review